** Girl With Favorite Feline **
by Pierre-Auguste Renoir


Girl With Favorite Feline by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

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~~ This artwork is for ~~

  • All cat lovers
  • For those who have been curious about the "Renaissance" and the Artists of that Age.
  • Those seeking a special gift for their fiance or for a wedding anniversary who's partner loves cats.
  • For those who do not have $70 million or $78 million to purchase an Original Renoir (see text below)

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~~~ Girl With Favorite Feline ~~~
by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

About this Artwork

++++ This artwork is reproduction of the original Pierre-Auguste Renoir painting named "Girl with her Favorite Feline"

++++ This painting is a canvas medium. It does not require glass like paper lithographs. Canvas is a medium that has duration and longevity without deterioration and it does not decompose.

++++ The canvas has a special UV coating for protection. It will not fade or lose color even with direct lighting. Literally a million different inks are used with varying shades to make this Artwork an exact replica.

++++Framed in a Brandy with fluted roses Museum Quality Frame

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir
(February 25, 1841 - December 3, 1919)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir was a French artist who painted in the impressionist style.

~~~His best and lifelong friend was Claude Monet who also shared similar world acclaim and celebrity as the top Artists of their generation.

~~~ Unlike many impressionists who focused on landscapes, he painted not only landscapes, but people in intimate and candid compositions sometimes applying paint with a palette knife rather than a brush. Renoir creatred many paintings featuring a human being with a cat.

~~~In the late 1860s, obsessed with painting light and water, he and Monet discovered that the color of shadows is not brown or black, but the reflected color of the objects surrounding them. A prolific painter, he made several thousand paintings.

~~~At times in the 1860s Renoir did not have enough money to even purchase paint. BUT In 1919, Renoir visited the Louvre to see his paintings hanging with the old masters. After his death ~~Two of Renoir's paintings sold for more than $70 million. Bal au moulin de la Galette, Montmartre sold for $78.1 million in 1990.

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